Gateway Bridal & Prom

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Gateway Bridal & Prom

Gateway Bridal & Prom offers a full line of affordable and designer wedding dresses, prom dresses, bridesmaids dresses and formal wear for any occasion. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, our showroom is stocked with a wide variety of dresses in nearly every style, color and fabric. We carry a bridal gowns ranging from strapless to long sleeves for the discerning bride, and from A-line to mermaid cut. Bridesmaid dresses come in many colors and in tea or floor length styles, and we are fully stocked with prom and homecoming dresses from top national designers. In addition we offer bridal jewelry, wedding lingerie, petticoats, tiaras, veils, and other accessories. We are pleased to announce our association with Pink Piggy invitations and wedding announcements. We also offer traditional lines of wedding announcements and invitations. Visit our website to view a video tour of our showroom and current dress styles, or call today to make an appointment with one of our professional Bridal Consultants.
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Owner Name: whitecouture.com
Date added: Tuesday, June 14, 2016
178 S Rio Grande St, Ste 150
Salt Lake City UT 84101
(801) 363-2574
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